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|3rd April 2004, 13:03||#1|
how to remove a "right click item"
I have a little "problem" since i installed the latest nvidia drivers.
The first thing i do when i install the new nvidia drives is disabling all the nview "i run in the background and have all kinds of quite useless features" style programs, but now this didn't seem to work...
now everytime i rightclick on my desktop this new option called "analog display" is available, when you righclick it it transpotts you to the nvcpl.dll display properties screen
i found guides to remove rightclick items from maps, and files but none for "desktop rightclicks"
please help me out, things i can't controll drive me insane uke:
|30th July 2004, 11:03||#9|
ok, it worked. I tried to remove everything from the registre that had something to do with the menu till I found the solution, and then I putted the other stuf back .
The key that solved the problem was the last
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